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'''Gottfried Feder''' (27 January 1883 – 24 September 1941) was a German civil engineer, a self-taught economist and one of the early key members of the Nazi Party. He was their economic theoretician. It was one of his lectures, delivered in 1919, that drew Hitler into the party.
School traditionNazism
Birth placeWürzburg, Kingdom of Bavaria|Bavaria, German Empire
Death date{{Death date and age|1941|09|24|1883|01|27|df=y}}
Death placeMurnau am Staffelsee, Nazi Germany
NationalityGermans|German
InstitutionBerlin Institute of Technology
FieldUrbanism
Alma materHumboldt University of Berlin
Influences| influenced = Adolf Hitler, Uzō Nishiyama
ContributionsNazism{{-}}Strasserism{{-}}Anti-capitalism{{-}}Planned community{{-}}Deep foundation
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0047 Gottfried Feder Das Manifest Zur Brechung Der Zinsknechtschaft ( 1919) Historisches Archiv
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